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If you or someone you know is experiencing a mental health crisis or is considering suicide, help is available. Reach out to the 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline by calling or texting 988 or contact Crisis Text Line by texting PA to 741741.
HeadsUp does not offer clinical services.
Each month HeadsUp curates a calendar of education resources and trainings to help enhance the quality, and efficacy of treatment for those experiencing early psychosis.
LGBTQIA+ Care in FEP
Understanding gender is paramount to individualized care in FEP CSC treatment. These sessions will focus on understanding gender-diverse clients across the lifespan, supports and resources available, and special considerations for providing clinical support.
Developed by Dr. Daniel Freeman in Oxford, UK, has been established as the premier evidence-based treatment modality for persons experiencing persecutory delusions. This is a 6 session modified training series, given by Dr. Aaron Brinen, focusing on the 5 established intervention modules as well as assessment to learn when to best use each module. For more information visit our training brochure.
HeadsUp Peer Specialist and Supervisor Support Training Series
Peer Support services are indispensable to individualized care in FEP CSC treatment. This series is dual purposed; 2 sessions for Peer Specialists focusing on empowering the work done in the community and 2 sessions for Peer Specialist Supervisors focusing on supporting Peer Specialists in their individual and team roles.
Last year’s conference was a big success and wonderful showcase of dynamic, high-quality presenters and sessions. Submissions for presentation proposals now open for our 2023 conference! Submission deadline is April 15th, 2023 at 5:00PM for questions email: firstname.lastname@example.orgRead More +
HeadsUp is fortunate to have so many dedicated and talented collaborators, helping to support our mission to bolstering early psychosis information and innovation. We are grateful to our funders, organizers, & presenters who help keep this conference and early psychosis care in Pennsylvania relevant and dynamic, we look forward to continuing to help serve our Pennsylvania early psychosis community together.
This conference is made possible through a Community Mental Health Services Block Grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).
Conference content from past years:
We offer customized education and training for you/your team on the mental health needs of your population, how to identify the signs of psychosis, and how to connect to care.
For more information or to schedule a training, email: email@example.com